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Stevenage striker to miss season opener

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Zola is one of five players who are ruled out

Zola is one of five players who are ruled out

Stevenage new striker Calvin Zola is set to miss their League Two opener against Hartlepool on Saturday.

The 29-year-old, who signed from Aberdeen earlier this summer, has been suffering from a hamstring injury.

“He’s approaching fitness. It’s one of those when we have got to manage the long term picture in Calvin’s case. He’s come back a couple of times with a strain and it’s broken down on him,” said Stevenage manager Graham Westley, speaking to The Advertiser.

“We want to make sure we give him every chance of a strong season and putting more time into him now in terms of rehabilitation is probably a wise thing to do.”

The Hertfordshire Club are already without Simon Walton, who is still suspended and Ronnie Henry (Knee) Chris Beardsley and midfielder Dan Parrett (Knee).


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